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Reversible raspberry satin swing coat (left) and leopard-print handbag (right), from the Mod by Janie Bryant collection for QVC. Photos courtesy of QVC

Now you can get the "Mad Men" look without spending mad money.

Janie Bryant, the Emmy-nominated "Mad Men" costume designer has created a collection of items for QVC that would fit right into the '60s-themed show.

The collection, called Mod by Janie Bryant, will take to the airwaves for an hour-long debut on Sept. 29, however StyleList got a sneak peek from QVC at some of the great pieces.

Styled to look like vintage pieces, the 20-piece collection is jacket heavy – with a faux fur animal-print jacket and matching pillbox hat, a reversible raspberry satin swing coat, boleros, and capelets.

In addition, there will be 10 to 15 pieces of jewelry including necklaces and pins. Items in this collection are priced from $26 to $138.

"Janie Bryant is known for her iconic style and classic elegance which is why it is such an honor to have her design a collection for QVC," Rosemary Murphy, director of merchandising for QVC told StyleList. "Vintage is such a strong trend right now and we feel confident our shoppers will embrace her collection."

From the look of it, fashion's love affair with "Mad Men" and the looks from that era is far from over, and we think that's a great thing.

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